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Man arrested twice in one day following two break and enters

Man arrested twice in one day following two break and enters

Candidates step forward in St. Paul Education election

Candidates step forward in St. Paul Education election

Ward B candidate Jan Rajoo and Glen Avon Ward candidate Dwight Wiebe declared by acclamation.
Animal shelter seeks financial support

Animal shelter seeks financial support

The St. Paul Animal Shelter has requested $1,000 a month from the Town of St. Paul to help keep the doors open.
County chooses not to reveal candidates until nominations close

County chooses not to reveal candidates until nominations close

Yvonne Weinmeier first to announce she is running for reeve.
No challengers for mayor's chair as deadline nears

No challengers for mayor's chair as deadline nears

Nominations close Sept. 20 at noon
Faced with 'impossible task,' St. Paul trustees choose masks

Faced with 'impossible task,' St. Paul trustees choose masks

Masks to be required in common areas; Two Hills Mennonite School students exempt
Lions get ready to kick off season at home

Lions get ready to kick off season at home

The St. Paul Lions will take on the Wainwright Commandos this Friday at 7 p.m.
Enduring spirit of Ukrainian settlers captured in St. Paul exhibit

Enduring spirit of Ukrainian settlers captured in St. Paul exhibit

"They shackled their souls to the soil"
GALLERY: Rodeo parade takes place under sunny skies

GALLERY: Rodeo parade takes place under sunny skies

The annual parade was back for Labour Day weekend in St. Paul.
Educators fill new role as virtual learning grows

Educators fill new role as virtual learning grows

"It’s 21st Century learning," says the new vice-principal of online learning for Lakeland Catholic School District.